Natural variations in our Handmade Tile creates a tonal patchwork in this knockout kitchen. Our Quick Ship Tile in Salton Sea is rated V3 on our 4-tier variation scale, for a deliberate look that’s distinctively unique.
Quick Ship 2x8 backsplash Tiles in Calcite provide a canvas for warm afternoon light. Our matte, non-reflective glaze perfectly matches the natural motif of this contemporary Chicago kitchen, affectionately called "The Sunlit House."
Clean French Linen wall tile from our budget-friendly Foundations Collection brings subtle luxury to this airy contemporary kitchen.
Patrick Irvin, founder of the handmade furniture shop Monke Haus, brings handcraftsmanship to his own Boise home with Bora Bora green kitchen tiles that complement his artisanal wood cabinets.
Welcoming patrons to try its modern Texan cuisine, Billy Can Can's glazed thin Brick exterior frames the restaurant's Old West-inspired saloon.
Stacked vertically in a straight set pattern for modern appeal, these satiny green-blue kitchen tiles in Flagstone serve up an organic-inspired palette.
Adorning her kitchen backsplash with our minty green glazed thin brick, interior designer Jessica Davis gives her mid-century modern home an artful upgrade.
Functionality meets lived-in luxury in House Beautiful Editor-in-Chief Joe Saltz's renovated New Jersey kitchen. Details like handmade grey kitchen tiles with a racing stripe of our handpainted Snow Flake pattern make the space extra special.
A trio of tile patterns beautifully inhabit this great room. An island clad with handmade hex tile is complemented by white kitchen tile, while fireplace tiles in our right and left Scalene Triangles anchor the living room.
Featuring custom restaurant kitchen tile, ceiling tiles, and custom glazed thin Brick, this standout brunch spot in San Diego is vibrantly clad with retro-inspired details.
Pairing the historic legacy of Encinitas, CA with contemporary design, this wonderfully inviting restaurant highlights its coastal cuisine with herringbone restaurant kitchen tile and a wall of warmly glazed thin brick.
Love a green subway tile backsplash? Consider timeless alternatives like deep Hunter Green in a subtle stacked pattern.